Updated March Madness Odds

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(TheSpread) – The 2013 NCAA Tournament field is down to the Sweet 16. Here is an updated look at the odds to win this year’s national championship.

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According to oddsmakers at Bovada.lv, Louisville is the favorite to win it all, as the Cardinals have 13/4 odds to win. Other short odds to win are Florida (19/4), Indiana (5/1) and Miami (15/2).

Louisville is the top seed in the Midwest region. The Cardinals defeated North Carolina A&T, 79-48, and beat Colorado State, 82-56, to reach the regional semifinals. Louisville has reached the Sweet 16 for the fourth time in six years. The Cardinals are looking to win their third national title.

Florida is the third seed in the South region. The Gators defeated Northwestern State, 79-47, and Minnesota, 78-64, to reach the second weekend. Florida has reached the Sweet 16 the last three years. It is seeking its third national title in program history.

Indiana is the top seed in the East region. The Hoosiers beat James Madison, 83-62, and Temple, 58-52, to reach the regional semifinal. Indiana is in its second consecutive Sweet 16 and seeking its sixth national championship in program history.

Miami is the No. 2 seed in the East region. The Hurricanes defeated Pacific, 78-49, and Illinois, 63-59, to reach the Sweet 16. Miami is playing in its first Sweet 16 since 2000. It has never won the national championship.

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The 2013 NCAA Tournament continues on March 28 and concludes on April 8. For odds on each team to March Madness, see below.

2013 March Madness Odds To Win

Louisville #1 13/4 

Florida #3 19/4 

Indiana #1 5/1 

Miami Florida #2 15/2 

Ohio State #2 8/1 

Duke #2 11/1 

Michigan #4 11/1 

Kansas #1 12/1 

Michigan State #3 14/1 

Arizona #6 18/1 

Syracuse #4 18/1 

Oregon #12 33/1 

Marquette #3 40/1 

Wichita State #9 40/1 

LaSalle #13 66/1 

Florida Gulf Coast #15 100/1

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